Versailles + Le Marais


Come discover the Palace of the Sun and a trendy district...


Castle life from the XVIIth to XVIIIth centuries.
Louis Le Vau, Jules Hardouin-Mansart, Charles Le Brun, etc.
Your tour:
Come discover the Kings and Queens’ Apartments, the Chapel and the Hall of Mirrors.
Louis the XIIIth settled his hunting pavilion in 1623 in Versailles but it is Louis the XIVth who had created the Sun Palace.

Le Marais

Relevant periods:

From the XIVth century to the XVIIIth century.
Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis church, private mansions of Sully and Carnavalet, Vosges square, private mansion of Soubise, etc.
Your tour:
Come discover this very « trendy » neighborhood thanks to its shops but also its historical private mansions, churches and its typical Parisian atmosphere.
At the very beginning, this “dead branch” of the Seine River was full of swamps. Indeed, Le Marais emerged once dried up in the XIVth century and has kept this nickname.

Group rate:

From EUR 365

(tickets included for the whole group)


If you are more than the number of people dropped in the list, that means it will be necessary to make reservations or prepare more specifically your tour. Then, please feel free to contact us, we will get back to you with a quotation:

The agency will send you separately the meeting point and your guide’s contact details.

General Information
  • Duration

    Full day

  • Opening hours

    9am-5:30pm (6:30pm from April to October) / closed on Monday.

  • Potential difficulties


  • Meeting point

    In the front of the castle, at the bottom of Louis the XIVth on his horse statue.

Getting there


Line C: Station «Versailles Rive Gauche »

By Train

From: Paris (Gare Montparnasse)
Station «Versailles Chantiers »

From: Paris (Gare Saint Lazare)
Station «Versailles Rive Droite »

By Car

Place d’Armes
78000 Versailles
(25km (15miles) from Paris)
Car park available

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